"Yes, thank you."
How about "merci beaucoup" for Yes, thank you...? that what I leant in Junior high school
Merci beaucoup is "thank you very much" "oui merci" is "yes thank you-or-yes thanks" Does that help?
The cedilla below a C is needed if the next vowel is a hard vowel: a, o, u - so as to make the C sound like S
Otherwise, a C followed by a soft vowel, i or e, is naturally pronounced S
And a C followed by a hard vowel is naturally pronounced K
yes, merci always means "thank you" but 'oui' means 'yes which is also what they were assking for. the complete correct answer should be "oui, merci" (I dont have access to special symbolsa for the 'c' in merci)
The reason why "wee, merci" doesn't work is because if you wish to learn french, or like if you wrote it and showed it to somebody only with knowledge of speaking french, they wouldn't know you were saying "Oui, merci". Hope this helps!
Lmao i wrote Qui. I've been writing qui everywhere my whole life's been a lie
This is so often true when learning a new culture and has caused much misery...trying to convert people from something they are not to asking for the wrong food...
Can someone teach me how do we pronounce alphabets in French ? Thankyou!!!
si is spanish for yes.... Oui is French for yes, which is the course we are studying here....